Afghan Voice Agency(AVA)_Monitoring, Three representatives, mostly clerics, from each village are invited, the sources said, adding the meeting will last for three days that will be focused on various issues in Afghanistan.
According to the sources, some traders and tribal elders have also been invited to the gathering, which might be aired on the radio only – excluding the TV broadcasts of the event.
“It is possible that in this meeting, the decision about the reopening of girls’ schools may be made–whether to allow girls to go to the school or not,” said Ahmad Munib Rasa, a political analyst, as TOLOnews quoted.
Since the Loya Jirga is just around the corner, the so-called Islamic Emirate government has not shared details of the event. But the matter on girls’ education is said to be on the agenda of the three-day event in Kabul.
Zabiullah Mujahid, the Islamic Emirate’s Spokesman, said that the Taliban leadership decided to hold the gathering following persistent call of many cleric convening for such a gathering.